An easy no bake Easter treat for kids and adults alike! These 3 ingredient S'more Easter Bunny Burrows are the perfect Easter treat. Made with prepared snack pack pudding, marshmallows and chocolate graham wafers (or oreo cookies crumbs) they are a snap to throw together and make a great Easter craft for kids! Whether you bring them to an Easter potluck or whip them up for a treat at home, these marshmallow bunny burrows are quick, easy and delicious!
Add (approximately) 99 g container of chocolate pudding to a 200 ml (7 oz) plastic cups * you may only be able to find 92 g containers - as along as it's approximately the same amount
Then add about 3-4 mini marshmallows. Add a layer of crushed chocolate graham crackers (¼ cup). Then add another container of pudding and add a few more mini marshmallows, pushing them down into the cup so you can see them against the sides. Top with more crush chocolate graham crackers (¼ cup).
Assemble bunny butt:
Take a large marshmallow and roll it between your palms to make it as round as possible.
Take a mini marshmallow and cut into it from all sides, making tiny cuts, with clean/new scissors (I use a small pair of scissors I only use for food). ***SEE VIDEO IN NOTES
Stick the bunny tail onto the large marshmallow with a dab of water, as shown.
Flatten 2 mini marshmallows with your thumb
Trim the corners off and try to make it as round as possible, but it doesn't have to be perfect - you can cover any uneven edges with graham crumb or oreo'dirt'.
With your pink edible marker, draw a pink circle in the middle of the mini marshmallow, then draw 3 pink dots underneath, as shown.
Repeat on the 2nd paw.
Place the bunny butt in the middle of the cup and add the paws as shown in the photo. Repeat for remaining bunny burrows.
*NOTE: You can use Oreo cookie crumbs or simply crush graham crackers in your food processor. If you don't have either, you can use crushed Oreo cookies, if you prefer👪 Serving sizeThis recipe makes 4 servings but really small kids may be able to share one because they are. However, to be honest, I've never had a kid not be able to finish one (they are chocolate, after all!)🎥VIDEO